On the one hand, there are some things that look pretty great. On the other hand, how often do regular people wear capes these days?
The Gila River, one of the last wild rivers in the western US, is under threat from proposals for development and diversion.
There’s no easy way to predict which teenager will become a problem drug user. While certain personality traits—impulsiveness for example—may signal danger, not every adolescent fits the description.
In the book Tomorrow and Tomorrow, the city of Pittsburgh has been destroyed. People can still visit, however, through a virtual reality recreation.
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Having a hand in making some of the most famous tabletop roleplaying games around is one thing, but striking out to create your own world and rules is entirely different.
In case you missed it, the science world was abuzz yesterday. NASA announced their latest exoplanet discovery—a potentially habitable solar system 40 light-years away from ours, complete with seven Earth-sized planets.
From its incorporation of solar glass technology to its affordable $35,000 price tag, the Tesla Model 3 has been making headlines since it was announced.
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Aviation A test flight of a drone brings an unmanned cloud seeding tool one step closer. A test flight of a drone brings an unmanned cloud seeding tool one step closer.
Next month, publisher Insight Editions is kicking off its own published range of comic books—including a new translation of Christophe Bec and Alexis Sentenac’s French scifi horror story Siberia 56.
By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population is expected to live in mega-cities. How all those people live, and what their lives are like, will depend on important choices leaders make today and in the coming years.
Gadgets That cube in your cocktail is a product of evolution. That cube in your cocktail is a product of evolution.
Importantly, this should also mean that Chris McKay is bringing one of the most lauded butts in comic books to the big screen as well.
The LHC Looks like the Ghostbusters have some competition, and it’s renowned physicist and science communicator Brian Cox.
Last night’s episode of The Expanse was a huge one. Fans of the books the Syfy show is based on finally got to see the climax of the first book realized onscreen.
When Americans had sex, moved in with someone, and so on. Often not average. Far from normal. Read More
Wastewater from oil and gas operations—including fracking for shale gas—at a West Virginia site altered microbes downstream, according to a new study.
Animals The study shows that bees can adapt to really weird circumstances Here's the buzz: bees are brilliant.
Genetic Editing for All We are all subject to the genetic lottery. That’s how it’s always been, and for a while, we thought that was how it would always be.